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Individualized Instruction for Students with Emotional Impairments - Chapter Summary
This informative chapter contains lessons outlining individualized instruction for students with emotional impairments written by our expert instructors. You'll study the definition of individualized instruction and discover how to adapt instruction to different learning styles, among other topics. You should be ready to complete the following once you've studied this chapter:
- Promote learning using children's experiences and interests
- Utilize helpful instructional strategies for students with emotional impairments
- Define self-directed learning and some of its processes
- Use self-initiated learning experiences with students with emotional impairments
- Understand the generalization and maintenance of skills across different learning environments
- Increase self-efficacy in students
- Teach students organizational and study skills
We've made the study experience flexible and interesting with these mobile-friendly and easy-to-use learning materials. Before moving ahead, the lesson quizzes and chapter test are a great way to test your knowledge. And any questions that come up along the way can be submitted to an instructor through the Dashboard.
1. Individualized Instruction: Definition & Example
The purpose of this lesson is to define individualized instruction and provide some strategies for implementation. Topics include who can benefit from individualized instruction and how to set learning goals.
2. Adapting Instruction to Different Learning Styles & Processes
Differentiated instruction has several components. One is to consider student needs when teaching. This lesson shows how to differentiate based on learners' needs and shows how to use these ideas in the classroom.
3. Using Children's Interests & Experiences to Promote Learning
Knowing your students well helps you plan rich, engaging lessons. How does this work? This lesson explains how and why to use children's interests and experiences to maximize learning opportunities in your classroom.
4. Instructional Strategies for Students with Emotional Impairments
Teaching students who have emotional impairments can be very challenging, but it can also be meaningful and rewarding. This lesson offers instructional strategies that work for students with emotional impairments.
5. Self-Directed Learning: Definition & Strategies
Self-directed learning is a type of instructional strategy where students take charge of their learning process. This lesson will discuss components, benefits, and teaching strategies of self-directed learning.
6. Maintenance & Generalization of Skills Across Learning Environments
How can teachers help students apply the skills they learn in the classroom to many different situations? How can they encourage students to become autonomous learners? In this lesson, we'll examine two types of transfer of learning.
7. How to Increase Self-Efficacy in Students
In this lesson, we'll be learning how to teach your students the important skill of self-efficacy. Here, you'll learn practical strategies you can implement easily in your classroom to support student learning.
8. Study Skills for Students
Study skills are a very important part of academic success. Poorly developed study skills are a major reason of academic underachievement. This lesson goes over the most important things to keep in mind when studying.
9. How to Teach Children Organizational Skills
In this lesson we discuss how to teach beneficial organization skills to children, including the nascent use of technology and apps on the internet that can assist in the process.
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Other chapters within the MTTC Emotional Impairment (059): Practice & Study Guide course
- Human Growth & Development Basics
- Characteristics & Effects of Emotional Impairments
- The Educational Psychology of Emotional Impairments
- Psychiatric & Pharmacological Elements of Emotional Impairments
- Influential Factors on Development & Learning
- Using Education & Psychological Assessments
- Education Assessments for Emotional Impairments
- Interpreting Assessments & Emotional Impairment Reports
- Monitoring Students with Emotional Impairments
- IEPs for Students with Emotional Impairments
- Transition Planning for Students with Emotional Impairment in Michigan
- Behavior Intervention Plans for Students with Emotional Impairments
- Behavioral Interventions for Students with Emotional Impairments
- Learning Environments for Students with Emotional Impairments
- Curriculum for Students with Disabilities
- Teaching Strategies for Students with Emotional Impairments
- Technology for Students with Emotional Impairments
- Communication Skills in the Classroom
- Social Skills for Students with Emotional Impairments
- Life Skills for Students with Emotional Impairments
- Communicating & Collaborating with Students with Emotional Impairments & Their Parents
- School & Community Partnerships
- Foundations of SPED for Students with Emotional Impairments in Michigan
- Professional, Ethical & Legal Roles of Educators of Students with Emotional Impairments
- MTTC Emotional Impairment Flashcards